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Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health Website!

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Sonoma County Maternal Child and Adolescent Health is dedicated to promoting physical, social, and emotional health and well-being for pregnant persons, children, adolescents, and their families through information, education, and resources. We are committed to inclusion, diversity, and anti-racist values. All community members are welcome and safe to use our services.

Parenting Programs and Home Visiting Programs:

Sonoma County offers 3 Home Visiting Programs:

Learn more about all of our home visiting programs HERE

Resources and Supports:

For LGBTQ+ Families

Resources for parenting, health and pregnancy, mental health, and building community.

For Fathers and Partners

Resources for parenting and social supports, paid family leave, parentage, custody, child support, and mental health.

Family Planning and Birth Control:

Every woman, and person who may become pregnant, should have the support of a trusted healthcare provider to create a Reproductive Life Plan about when she/they want to become pregnant and have (or not have) children.

  • Resources for birth control
  • Emergency contraception
  • Pregnancy termination
  • Help finding a local healthcare provider or getting health insurance

The Office of the California Surgeon General believes education is the foundation for a healthy reproductive life. We inform and empower individuals about contraception, abortion, and reproductive rights.


For optimal health of both baby and mom, infants should be fed only human milk for the first 6 months after birth whenever possible.

  • Learn more about breast/chestfeeding
  • Get support to feed your baby
  • Get donor human milk
  • Learn more about your right to breast/chestfeed
  • Get a lactation pump

Is there anything for Healthcare Providers?


Resources and Toolkits for Perinatal Service Providers

  • Behavioral Health Tools
  • Breast/chestfeeding Tools
  • Perinatal Health Toolkits
  • Toolkits for Kids and Teens


MCAH sends a Newsletter monthly to our subscribers.

(Hey, this is one of them!)

The Newsletter lets perinatal service providers know about new resources and best practices.

The Newsletter is archived each month on our website, so you can find the information again and share it with colleagues and clients.

Is there More?

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Our goal is to meet the needs of our entire perinatal community!

What are we missing?

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